Work From Home During COVID-19: Individual Income Tax Exposures & Taxable Presence of Employers (webcast)

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COVID-19 compelled some employees to work from home, or even being stranded outside their home jurisdictions. This creates tax exposures for the employees and employers. How HR can be Top Management’s “Eyes & Ears” in managing the challenges?


  • Concept of Permanent Establishment (“PE” / Taxable Presence)

  • OECD’s guidelines for PE and tax residency considerations due to COVID-19 and the PRC State Taxation Administration interpretation

  • Relevant PRC and Hong Kong personal income tax implications

  • HKSAR Government’s tax relief measures in response to COVID-19

  • “War Stories“: How to overcome the above challenges


30 March 2021


14:30 – 16:00




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Chee Weng Lee

With over 36 years experience in Hong Kong tax compliance and reporting, legal entity rationalisation, corporate restructuring, advance tax rulings and controversies in Real Estate and Hospitality, Consumer Products and Retail, Technology, Financial Institutions and Family Offices.

May Li
Expert in provision of China tax and business advisory services. She specialises in tax due diligence, tax restructuring advice, tax health check and review, individual income tax planning, expatriate tax and cross-border issues covering the spectrum of industries such as trading, manufacturing, business service, real estate development, transportation and mining.

Date & Time
30 March 2021
14:30 16:00 Asia/Hong_Kong

Hong Kong Institute of Human Resource Management

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